Business and Economics
Mobisec celebrates six years with future outlook

Mobisec (Pvt) Ltd, an innovator in the mobile application sector in Sri Lanka is celebrating its 6thanniversary since its inception in November 2014.

Over the years it has served hundreds of thousands of customers across Sri Lanka through its telco and mobile applications. Starting with humble beginnings as a start-up, Ashen Gomez, Founder and Managing Director of Mobisec has worked diligently over the years alongside his wife Sumudu, the Co-founder of Mobisec to build the company and expand its services in different verticals.

The company marked its first international expansion in the beginning of this year by establishing a new branch office in Melbourne, Australia. Today, the company is home to a dynamic team of over 30 software development experts. Founder and Managing Director of Mobisec Ashen Gomez; “since it’s inception, we have continued to create applications that revolutionize the way people connect with the technology.
Kia’s 2020 Sorento wins ‘Golden Steering Wheel’ in Germany

Kia’s all-new 2020 Sorento, as yet unseen on Sri Lanka’s roads, has won the illustrious German automobile prize ‘Das Goldene Lenkrad’ or the ‘Golden Steering Wheel’ awarded to new car models annually by the tabloids ‘Auto Bild’ and ‘Bild am Sonntag.’
The fourth-generation edition of the Korean nameplate’s flagship SUV defeated two premium brands, the Aston Martin DBX and BMW X6 to win this coveted award in the ‘Large SUVs’ category. In the final round of the competition, the vehicles were tested at the DEKRA Lausitzring facility, one of Germany’s most famous racetracks.

Speaking of the new Kia SUV, Tom Drechsler, Editor-in-Chief of Auto Bild said, “The predecessor was already good, but the new Sorento is an evolution. It now drives just as smoothly as it looks.

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RH Training presents Zoom session by Kumar de Silva

Veteran personality development and corporate etiquette trainer Kumar de Silva will present his brand new online zoom session on Wednesday 25 November, at 10.00 am in collaboration with RH Training.

Entitled –‘Working at Home? Living at Work? or BOTH ?’, this very interactive and interesting session is aimed at all corporate, in fact everyone, working from home in the new normal.

“Working from home can also be an invasion of one’s privacy as soon as the mic and camera are switched on. One has to learn to successfully balance one’s mental and physical boundaries, while successfully navigating the day - all without glitches. Working in a domestic scene is thus a challenging experience. This session aims to help participants equip themselves both mentally and physically, and enhance their experience of working from home”, de Silva says.

Among the topics covered will be creating and equipping one’s ‘workspace’, choosing the correct backgrounds, setting basic ‘ground rules’ with family members, domestics etc, reducing home distractions where possible, creating a morning routine, scheduling a starting and ending point, different time zones (tailor make your day), detailed meeting etiquette when you are a participant or a host, importance of screen breaks to combat eye strain and brain fatigue, being prepared for power failures at home, and lots more Corporate discounts are also on offer.

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